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Ceramics have been accompanying human beings for at least 30,000 years. Pottery is changeable in its properties, quick to adjust to the shape and conditions required at a given time. The material gains mechanical strength through thermal processes, and fire is its ally. Based on innovative ideas and growing demands, it is being refined thanks to new, advanced technologies.

The Ceramics Code exhibition intends to show the untapped potential of the ceramic material. The everyday objects known to all of us represent but a narrow range of products which may take more and more advanced and surprising forms. Ceramics appropriate ever-expanding areas of industries, unexpectedly displaying new properties. Once coded in the cultural dimension, today they open a wide range of technological codes.


The title of the exhibition, The Ceramics Code, combines four thematic areas:


culture code


matter code


code as a communication tool


g-code – the language used in digital technologies

The unexpected contexts of the use of ceramics will be presented not only by displaying industrial products, but also unique works of designers and artists. The exhibition has the potential to show new perspectives for co-operation of the creative and industrial sectors in search of solutions to many problems that the modern man faces. When looking for safe and effective methods of environmental and health protection, what must be appreciated is sustainable development, equality and social prosperity, at the same time taking into consideration involvement in the protection of natural ecosystems and the Earth’s resources. The role of the designer will be significant in this process, and the implementation of advanced technologies – inevitable.

The new context of using ceramics in design, art, science and industry opens unlimited possibilities for artistic and design creations. In conjunction with advanced technologies of the future, as well as a fully conscious, sustainable creation of the world surrounding us, we may treat the old material naturally embedded in our activity in a pioneering way.


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